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Is it true that the Senate voted to steal $150 Billion dollars from social Security

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It happened on the 30th of October 2015.
3am 30/10/15, while America was sleeping, the senate voted to steal $150 billion dollars from the Social Security Trust Fund. Just remember, a vote to raid social security in the middle of the night in a desperate attempt to perpetuate an unsustainable spending addiction isn't a sight of strength, it is a sign of weakness." If ever there were a reason to PRIVATIZE social security and Medicare, this is it. Congress has broken their promise, and ripped us seniors off. Fire the Government. Senator Rand Paul filibustered until 2am this morning, an exercise in futility, where the Senate joined with the House to "borrow from peter to pay Paul," raid social security and pay down a myriad of other bureaucratic debts. The debt ceiling was raised as high as the sky until 2017.
Social Security 150 billion raided by Congress today

Posted on Nov 02, 2015

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Hi Nancy:
Don't know where you are, but I'd suggest that you contact your local politician. If you can't trust their answer, who can you trust?

Posted on Nov 02, 2015

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